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. in the meantime, back to you. >> thank you. >>> the man behind the iphone and ipad and ipod says i-quit. steve jobs steps down and it is sending shockwaves through the tech world. stephanie chuang reports. >> reporter: good morning. steve jobs and his iconic black turtleneck and bluejeans is a local guy. he grew up here in cupertino where apple headquarters s he is regarded to be unparalleled in product vision. >> every once in a while a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. >> reporter: jobs became the man behind those revolutionary products. it was in 1976 that he and a friend started apple in a garage right here in silicon valley. hard to believe he was forced out of apple in 1985 and then returned to revive the company to what it is now as he returned in 1997. jobs is a survivor of pancreatic cancer. he had a liver transplant and took an open-ended medical leave in january. it was his third leave in a few years. he was last seen in public back in june. now, yesterday is when he announced he could no longer handle the job as apple ceo. some tech analysts have already ma
in skinny -- jeans and ties come in skinny sizes and suits exist. number 2 on the list, apple's ceo steve jobs for his black turtleneck and dad jeans. more like granddad jeans. >> and rounding out the top 3 microsoft's ceo bill gates for his harry potter post-hogwarts look. >> my guess, all three really don't care. >> they can dress any way they wanted to because they can afford it. >> i'd settle for one of their paychecks and i would wear whatever they wanted me to wear for the rest of my life. >> agreed. >>> coming up, 6:26. we are learning more about the turkey brands just recall over the deadly salmonella outbreak. coming up. >>> plus, runways at sfo are not in compliance with federal standards. the changes planned to keep passengers safe. >>> and a fire breaks out in oakland this morning. family members evacuate the main building. but one woman can't find her brother in the back in-law unit. we'll have all the details in a live report coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. >>> let's go live to new york city. this is wall street. they are jus
will be back in court next monday. 43-year-old steve carlson did not enter a plea at his first appearance yesterday. based on a new analysis of dna evidence, police believe he murdered his 14-year-old classmate tina faels in 1984. since carlson was 16 at the time of the crime, his case is initially being tried in juvenile court but will likely be transferred. >>> sfpd taking 30 officers off weekday shifts. they are moving them to nights and the weekends. the move from the new chief part of an effort to beef up staffing numbers at times when crime happens the most. about 65% fall on nights and weekends. half the motorcycle cops will be sent out to the neighborhoods. >>> the san mateo county sheriff's office is considering using jet skis at the popular beach. the sheriff's want to use them to make it safer for surfers to get to them quicker but personal jet skis are prohibited in the waters there because it's part of the farralons national marine sanctuary. the marine sanctuary advisory council will hear their proposal tonight. >>> the gay marriage debate connected to sesame street. >>> the
%. they will a little more than .5% yesterday. not bad considering the announcement on steve jobs. >> yeah, i was going to say that's pretty good because we were thinking 5, 6%. it was down 5% in off hours trading and actually bounced back yesterday. >> reporter: yeah. that was the initial pop. and obviously there are concerns long term for apple about what this does mean for the company. but in the short term, they just look at -- so solid, sales about $120 billion estimated this year. rumors that the iphone is going to sprint which could increase those sales going into next year. apple's just on an upward trajectory on the short term. >> their products are pretty good. >> thank you, jason brooks with kcbs and cbsmoneywatch.com. we'll wait to hear from the fed chair. >> have a great weekend. >> thank you. >>> it's been a big talker safety at football games following the brawls and violent crimes at candlestick park. >> we have been talking about it all week. for more on the security changes that are happening this weekend, cbs 5 political insider phil matier and willie brown are in the thick of it. ge
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